Cabins near Wangaratta

Camp beside rivers, within the bush, and up a mountain near this inland Victorian city.

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Blackwood Cabin

1 site · Lodging8 acres · Greta South, VIC
Only a short drive to the King Valley wine region, Brookfield Maze and The Alpine National Park where you can enjoy swimming, kayaking, rafting or wining and dining.Blackwood is a traditional log cabin nestled in the bush in North East Victoria. Set on the banks of the 15 Mile Creek it is the perfect place to escape the busy life and settle into a truly unique location. Only a short drive to the King Valley wine region, Brookfield Maze and The Alpine National Park. Fully self contained, the cabin offers guests a camping style experience with some of the comforts of home. There is plenty of room to park a car if you are travelling through.The cabin sleeps 4 with a set of single bunk beds and a double bed. It has a small bar fridge, well equipped kitchen and open fire place and BBQ. The hot shower and flushing toilet are outdoors. There is indoor and outdoor dinning table and large fire pit, that overlooks the creek flats. Easy access for 2WD, limited phone reception with Telstra.
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AU$120
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The Banya Place

2 sites · Lodging2 acres · Bright, VIC
Luxury cabin in Bright The Banya place is the ultimate entertainer's cabin. Sleeping up to 12 people in the cabin with an option to camp for extra people for an additional fee, it's a perfect group escape for nature lovers, adrenaline junkies and anyone looking for an alpine getaway. Enjoy outdoor cinema from laying in the 2.2m stainless steel SPA under the clear skies of the Australian Alpine region. Experience the health benefits of Sauna and Cold plunge pool filled from the Ovens river. Relax in the cabin with the wood-fired heater and a glass of wine. Nestled within the forest of National Park with only you and nature around, but at the same time, it is only a few minutes drive from the Bustling Bright township with all of its restaurants, cafes and entertainment. Bright is well known for its outdoor activities, including Paragliding, Mountain Biking, Swimming, Hiking, Kayaking, Fishing, 4WDriving, Skiing at Mt. Hotham or False Creek and lots more. With cafes, bars, restaurants and the well-known Bright Brewery located within 5-minute drive or about half an hour's walk along the beautiful canyon walking trail. This unique property offers some of the most luxury facilities available: Site 1: 4-bedroom cabin with fireplace and airconditioning; Site 2: Outdoor camping in the grassy, shaded areas; Hot stainless steel SPA, Wood-fired sauna and cold plunge pool Outdoor hot shower near the SPA area, plus two toilets/showers about 5 meters from the cabin. (Note: there are no toilets/showers in the cabin). One wheelbarrow of firewood per night is included. All pets must be on a leash and under host control at all times and cleaned up after. Experience the local wineries, the Milawa cheese factory and Lake Buffalo. Explore the breathtaking scenery while walking, cycling or paddling through. Under an hour from Mt Hotham ski resort.
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AU$525
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Bright Riverside Holliday Park

66 sites · Lodging, RVs5 acres · Bright, VIC
Stay at Bright Riverside Holiday Park, located just 400 metres from Bright’s centre and nestled in the stunning Victoria’s High Country. Our park’s biggest asset is the Ovens River, offering swimming, tubing, fishing, or simply relaxing by the water. You’re also a short walk from Centenary Park Pool, Bright Splash Park, and Adventure Playground. Close to Mount Buffalo and Alpine National Parks, enjoy hiking, swimming, rock climbing, and snow sports! Explore markets, boutique shops, breweries, fine dining, wineries, galleries, and coffee spots. Bright and its surroundings offer endless activities year-round. Experience Unforgettable Holidays at Bright Riverside Holiday Park!
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AU$35
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Cabins near Wangaratta guide

Overview

The small rural city of Wangaratta is located in northeastern Victoria, about 250 kilometres northeast of Melbourne and quite close to the border with New South Wales. Bounded by many rivers and channels that flow from the mighty Murray River, and near wetlands, forests, and granite hills, there are plenty of outdoor adventures to be had around Wangaratta. Campers can stay at well-equipped holiday parks throughout the town, as well as simpler campsites at the nearby Warby-Ovens National Park, where there are several bush camping choices.

Where to go

Warby-Ovens National Park

A short distance west of Wangaratta, the Warby-Ovens National Park is a popular spot for walking, cycling, canoeing, and wildlife-watching. It’s home to several ecosystems and contains important bushland, being located in a unique area between the Murray River and the Victorian Alps. There are many campsites to choose from, all unpowered and requiring self-sufficiency but free of charge. You can also visit the Gravel Point-Warby Ovens section of the park, which is north of Wangaratta and also has a couple of campsites.

Mount Buffalo National Park

About 1.5 hours’ drive southeast of Wangaratta, Mount Buffalo National Park is famous for the rock climbing that can be done in its granite peaks, as well as for its waterfalls and winter skiing. Campers can stay at the large Lake Catani Campground, which is suitable for tents, small caravans, and camper vans. While you need to be self-sufficient to stay here, the campsite provides amenities including flush toilets and hot showers.

Alpine National Park

Further southeast from Mount Buffalo, about 2.5 hours’ drive from Wangaratta, is the spectacular Alpine National Park. The rugged area of alpine and subalpine terrain and ecosystems offers great hiking in Victoria’s highest mountains, as well as mountain biking and horseback riding. Campers can find a number of dedicated campsites with facilities throughout the park, and dispersed bush camping—or free camping—is allowed in many places.

When to go

Music lovers might want to visit Wangaratta in November, when the city and surrounding wineries host the Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues. This is also a good month for camping and outdoor activities, as it is spring and before the heat of summer arrives, and nearby waterfalls are usually at their best after the winter rains.

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